I'm currently working on my thesis. I don't know how it goes in other countries but we don't have much freedom to choose our supervisors. However, I pushed the limits and made a free decision. I made some research and decided to choose the best academician to work and study with. The problem started at this point. I read previous works of the researchers at my department and most of -nearly all of- them were full of grammatical mistakes (in my native language), and extreme paraphrases and frankly they were like high school homework. I realised that there was nothing to do and got in touch with a researcher from another faculty; my request was accepted.
My expectations were, to be honest, extremely high. I'm the only one writing the thesis in English and we don't have any academic writing classes in English; I enrolled on some courses on Coursera, read dissertations relevant to my subject on ProQuest and worked hard to improve my English in general (IELTS Academic Overall: 7).
The first two meetings at the office with the supervisor were disasters. The supervisor didn't read the draft that I put enormous effort into and made extreme research. However, all the supervisor did was talking about templates and other irrelevant (or directly relevant) stuff.
I will ask for a recommendation letter so I think it wouldn't be a smart decision to negotiate constantly. I'm simply stuck. I bought the supervisor's latest book just to see if I think wrong or exaggerate the situation, no I don't, the book is not a book literally, it's like high school homework too.
What would be the best decision to make in this situation?